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2 1 Status of JAXA Earth Observation and Next Step as of latest 07 Status of JAXA Earth Observation and Next Step as of latest 07 Mitsuhiro TSUCHIYA Earth Observation Center (EOC) Earth observation Research Center (EORC) Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

3 1. JAXA Organization as of May, 2007 President Board of Directors Launch Sites Tracking Stations E / O Research Center Propulsion center Balloon site IGS system development group Space transportation programs Manned system and μG programs Business Promotion Safety / Mission Assurance, Satellite Operation Tech. Dep. Aeronautics technology section Space technology section Basic technology application section, basic research section Research section Technical section TT&C network environmental tests TT&C network environmental tests Unifying rocket development, launch operations & sites, and TT&C Office Administrative Planning and Cooperative Organizing Divisions (Office of Space Flight & Operations) (Office of Space Applications) (Institute of Space Technology & Aeronautics) (Institute of Space & Astronautical Science) Promote utilization by cooperating with users and industries Unifying basic technology research Unifying space science research Communications and positioning System Satellite prjects,etc

4 2. Organization of Space Applications Satellite Project Teams OICETS (Optical Inter-orbit Communications Test Satellite) ETS-VIII (Engineering Test Satellite-VIII) WINDS (Wideband Internetworking Engineering Test and Demonstration Satellite) ALOS (Advanced Land Observing Satellite) GOSAT (Greenhouse Gases Observing Satellite) GPM/DPR (Global Precipitation Measurement / Dual-frequency Precipitation Radar) GCOM (Global Climate Observation Mission) Earth Observation Research Center (EORC) Earth Observation Center (EOC) Office of Space Applications Business Promotion Office Safety & Mission Assurance Office Satellite Operations systems Engineering Department Satellite Applications Center

5 Bird s-eye view of EOC Bird s-eye view of EOC Earth Observation Square Main Gate Main Bldg. Receiving Antenna No. 1 (mainly for ALOS, GOSAT) Receiving Antenna No. 2 (mainly for LANDSAT Operation Bldg No. 1 Data Relay Test Satellite (DRTS) Feeder link Antenna Operation Bldg. No. 2 Receiving Antenna No. 3 (mainly for ALOS,GOSAT) Area of EOC 112,000m 2

6 JAXA/EO C & EOC TKSC JAXA/EO C & EOC TKSC Organization (Center Hatoyama in Saitama Earth Observation Tokyo EORC DAS (Data Analysis System) Data Link Science & Sensor Develop. Process Archive EORC Harumi sub- center : moved to TSUKUBA In the E of Oct. 2006

7 Data Flow at EOC (General Case) Process Cal, Val TRMM Ground Observation Data Auxiliary Data for Process Interactive Utilization Satellite Application -& hold Workshop User Service Section Advertisement & Education Utilization Activity Supply DATA Supply DATA Sets -University Enlarge Users User Process EOC EORC ALOS Feedback the Request Supply DATA US Data Center (NASA, NOAA etc) European Data Center (ESA, CNES etc. International Cooperation TDRS NASA Aqua/AMSR-E H.L Process Analysis Reflect Algorism Archive, Support : RESTEC General Users Environment / Climate / Researchers Acq. & Rec. Acq. / Rec DRTS (JAXA) DL Ant. FL Ant. Business Com. Sup. Reflect results Ground DATA GPM GOSAT Utilization G. moved to another G. named Satellite Application Center

8 EOC Status Information EOC Status Information 1. Earth Observation Center of JAXA entrusted RESTEC to manage & operate of EOC work from 1st. April. this year. 2.Purpose is to increase personnel resources for developing earth increase personnel resources for developing earth observation satellites, GOSAT/GCOM/GPM/ALOS 2 observation satellites, GOSAT/GCOM/GPM/ALOS 2 & ground system by moving EOC members to TKSC. & ground system by moving EOC members to TKSC. reinforce and progress utilization and promotion reinforce and progress utilization and promotion for earth observation satellites, example disaster for earth observation satellites, example disaster monitoring through cooperation with Asian area. monitoring through cooperation with Asian area. 3.Entrust Schedule Oct. 06 E of March 07 trial operation phase Oct. 06 E of March 07 trial operation phase April 07 : overall & general operation phase April 07 : overall & general operation phase

9 EOC Status Contd EOC Status Contd 4.JAXA EOC member moved to Tsukuba Space Center (TKSC) except one person (liaison). (From April 07, RESTEC have responsibility to manage and operate EOC under the management contract. ) (From April 07, RESTEC have responsibility to manage and operate EOC under the management contract. ) 5. From now & on going JAXA conduct supervision and control to EOC s JAXA conduct supervision and control to EOC s contractor from TKSC at every opportunity when contractor from TKSC at every opportunity when JAXA demands each projects supervision. JAXA demands each projects supervision.

10 EOC New Business Style : From April 2007 EOC Liaison Contractor RESTEC (Remote Sensing Technology Center ) SED (Space Engineering & Developing Co. Ltd. ) COSMOTEC (Cosmos Technology Co. Ltd. ) Toguchi Technology Co. Ltd and Other Companies JAXA TKSC EOC Contract & Supervise Business Support Coordination Mr. Nakanishi

11 Satellites accessed by EOC Satellites accessed by EOC DRTS-W Altitude 36,000km TRMM Altitude 402.5km Aqua Altitude 705km Current ADEOS Altitude 797km JERS-1 Altitude 570km ADEOS-II Altitude 803km SPOT Altitude 822km LANDSAT-5 Altitude 705km MOS-1/1b Altitude 909km ERS Altitude 777km Past LANDSAT-7 Altitude 705km ALOS Altitude 700km

12 JAXA Earth Observation Mission plan Disaster Monitoring And Resource Management Optical Sensor MOS-1,ADEOS (87~95) (96~97) Optical & SAR JERS-1, ALOS (92~98), (06~) Precipitation Radar TRMM/PR (97~) Microwave Sensor MOS-1 (87~95) Optical Sensor MOS-1, ADEOS (87~95) (96~97) Cloud Radar Spectrometer ADEOS/ILAS (96~97) JFY Daichi(ALOS) ADEOS-II / ILAS-II GOSAT Aqua / AMSR-E GCOM-C/ GLI F/O ADEOS-II / GLI GCOM-W/ AMSR F/O Sea Surface Wind Vector, SST EarthCARE/ CPR Geo-Stationary Earth Observation Mission Disaster Monitoring constellation Mission GPM/DPR Note: This chart includes NOT authorized plan CO2 Global Warming And Global Water Cycle Observation Water Cycle Observation Climate Change Observation Greenhouse Gas Observation Cloud, Aerosol, Vegetation Cloud, Aerosol Legend Symbol Planned Project Approved Project After Operation Period ADEOS-II follow on ALOS (06~)

13 Satellites will be accessed by JAXA/EOC Future Mission Satellites will be accessed by JAXA/EOC Future Mission Future 1 GOSAT Altitude 666km(TBD) GPM/DPR Altitude 400km GCOM Altitude 600km ALOS-2 Altitude 700km Disaster Monitoring Satellite EarthCare Altitude TBDkm


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